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Position: Home > issue > May 15, 2023 Volume 4, Issue 3
Projecting universal health risks under climate change to bridge mitigation and health adaptation objectives
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Author: Tiantian Li, Can Zhang, Jie Ban, Peng Du, Runmei Ma, Patrick L. Kinney

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An innovative concept: projecting universal health risks under climate change to bridge mitigation and health adaptation objectives


Climate change is one of the biggest threats facing humanity. The global community has stated the objective of limiting the increase in the global average temperature to 1.5¡ãC to prevent potentially catastrophic effects and health threats. A key strategy to reach the mitigation objective is to achieve carbon neutrality, also termed net zero, by cutting down emissions of greenhouse gases to as nearly zero level as possible by the mid-century, mainly through the implementation of clean energy policies or the increase in carbon sinks.





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